All participants will bring their own bike and riding helmet which will be staged in the drop off area in front of the JCC.
Bike sections will be labeled for each age group
(7-8 / 9-10 / 11-12).
The race is being professionally timed by L & M sports. Results will be posted online at www.lmsports.com
We also have a professional photographer taking pictures of the event that day.
Racers will begin race in the outdoor pool (no diving)
All participants will be wearing their bathing suits throughout the event -once they get out of the pool they can put on their shirts.
(instructions will be given about this before the race)
Day of event Registration and race packet pickup 12:00pm-1:45pm -JCC lobby
All participants once checked in will meet in the social hall for instructions.
12:45-1:00pm (approx) 7 & 8 staging and pre-race instruction - gym/ outdoor pool
1:00-1:15pm (approx) 7 & 8 year olds begin race – outdoor pool
2:00pm (approx) 9 & 10 staging and pre-race instruction - gym / outdoor pool
2:00-2:15pm (approx) 9 & 10 year olds begin race – outdoor pool
3:00 (approx) 11 & 12 staging and pre-race instruction – gym / outdoor pool
3:00-3:15pm (approx) 11 & 12 year olds begin race – outdoor pool
4:00-4:15pm (approx) Medals will be awarded for top 3 finishers in each category after event is completed - in the Gymnasium
(we would like to present medals after each age group but due to the logistics of the day this is something we cannot accomplish and I apologize for that)
Bleachers will be provided on outside pool deck.
Parents may help kids at swim/bike transition only.
Participants will finish the race by entering the shute at the end of the running portion - their individual times will be noted when they cross the finish line.
Refreshments for participants and families will be provided in the Gymnasium.
Volunteers on the course are trained in cpr and first aid - first aid kits will be provided as well.
There is a water station on the course as well as water provided when participants cross the finish line.
*Times/locations may be subjected to change due to circumstance and progression of the event